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Why Environmental Care?

The are many serious environmental problems facing the area in and around Tiruvannamalai such as deforestation, garbage pollution, and the impact of a serious drought. It is imperative that these problems are addressed and that the public is educated about the problems and how to solve them.


Provide solutions to environmental issues and educate the public about the issues and how they can contribute to supporting solutions.


Tiruvannamalai town , the Arunachala and kavuthi hills.


Regenboog started its environmental works for the Holy Arunachala Mountain in 2008. Every year during the Deepam Festival Regenboog’s team prevents the mass plastic waste on Arunachala by educating devotees who are climbing the Hill on Deepam Day. Regenboog teams up with the other local charity, the forest department, for this work. After Deepam Regenboog joins in the cleanup effort on the Hill. Regenboog also is involved in the forest fire fighting together with a local charity and volunteers when forest fires on Arunachala occur.

In recent years, Tiruvannamalai started having water problems during the summers and the animals and birds at the foothills of Arunachala faced a big water crisis. To help them, Regenboog built 10 small and larger water ponds to supply drinking water in the forest and that helped the animals survive. This water supply works mostly started as soon as the summer started and stopped once the monsoon rains started.

As a new initiative, a new nursery plantation was started in Arunachala Village School by Regenboog together with the students of the school. The mission of this project is to plant 2,000 saplings every year on Arunachala and also in other places.


  • Arunachala was less impacted by garbage from the huge Deepam festival because of efforts to educate the public before the festival.
  • Six water ponds provided water to the animals and birds inside the foothills of Arunachala during a serious drought.
  • Girivala Pathai was less impacted by the garbage after the Deepam festival thanks to the placement of over 240 trash bins.
  • Over 5,000 trees will be planted on Arunachala in two years' time thanks to a nursery that has been established at the Arunachala Village School.